”Some of his ideas are brilliant, some of them are really bad, but that doesn’t matter… He’s interesting”
Former rivals take on covers of Gorillaz, The Good, The Bad & The Queen & The Clash.
Dorky dads are magical, tremendous creatures, and two of the world’s dorkiest — celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and Blur bassist Alex James — have teamed up to embarrass their children by belting out Oasis’ Wonderwall as part of a DJ set. Footage of the dorky dad moment (below) sees the pair singing along to the […]
Turns out Blur’s Graham Coxon will not be running for president of the Kanye West fan club any time soon. Hot on the heels of his band’s headlining performance at Splendour In The Grass, the guitarist has had a bit of a chat with UK rag The Guardian, and used some strong words to describe […]